I bought a set of irons from them last year. They were great to work with. I was looking at several different sets and read about them and decided to demo their 739 irons which seemed to fit my game. They performed as well as anything else I was looking at. I live close to their facility and was able to have them fit me. I tried several of their other clubs in their fitting studio and was impressed with their different clubs. I will definitely be buying from them again when the budget allows.
Driver. It's not even a question, right?
1.) Strokes gained. Driver vs. putter on any shot from 50 yards or more is a no-brainer. The 100+ yard difference off the tee is worth a stroke a hole, if not more. On the green, the driver might cost you half a stroke at most.
2.) Forced carries. I've played courses, regularly, where you could give me 20 shots with a putter and I couldn't advance the ball towards the green. Any shot that's possible with a putter is possible with a driver...but not vice versa.
3.) There is no #3.
Well said. I'm sorry that I made it frustrating, but happy that I learned. I talked a bit about club lines and how I feel they differ (they don't remain stationary until impact). So when I read another rule, pieces of equipment that the golfer is actively using shouldn't be considered under "any object" unless expressed in the rule?